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News: International

Iran Tries to Get Round U.S. Sanctions

Iran Tries to Get Round U.S. Sanctions

By Shahriar Kia

U.S. President Donald Trump has put in place crippling economic sanctions that affect Iran’s oil industry. He has called on foreign countries to cut their imports of Iranian oil to zero. Although it was initially announced that no waivers would be given, a number have been, but on the condition that the countries gradually reduce their imports from Iran to zero over a fixed time period.

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Iran Regime’s Desperate Manoeuvres

Iran Regime’s Desperate Manoeuvres

By Staff Writer

When Donald Trump pulled the US out of the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), otherwise known as the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers, in May, many speculated that this would put America on track for another war in the Middle East. This has not happened, not even close, but many continue to bring it up as a possibility, so let’s assess what that incredibly unlikely event would look like.

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Iran Regime Will Be Unable to Bypass Oil Sanctions

Iran Regime Will Be Unable to Bypass Oil Sanctions

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Earlier this year, the Trump administration announced that it expects all foreign countries to reduce their imports of Iranian oil to zero. Not all countries have managed to do this and several waivers have been granted. Nevertheless, the majority of countries have complied and the impact of the sanctions is already showing to be effective.

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Thursday's Iran Mini Report - November 22, 2018

Thursday's Iran Mini Report -  November 22, 2018

• Iran Publicly Hangs Three Men In Shiraz

Iranian authorities hanged three men in public on Wednesday after they were convicted of Moharebeh (waging war against God) for armed robbery in Shiraz, south-central Iran.

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U.S. Sanctions and Domestic Pressure Will Provoke Iranian Regime’s Collapse

U.S. Sanctions and Domestic Pressure Will Provoke Iranian Regime’s Collapse

By Staff Writer

The United States’ Special Representative for Iran, Brian Hook, has spoken about the Iranian regime and the effect the sanctions are having on it. He said that because of the sanctions that the United States has re-imposed on Iran, many banks worldwide are concerned about dealing with the country. Hook also maintained, like Trump and numerous other officials in his administration, that Iran is the number one sponsor of terrorism around the world.

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Iran Regime Won't Survive U.S. Sanctions

Iran Regime Won't Survive U.S. Sanctions

By Shahriar Kia

If you have any doubt that US sanctions on the Iranian regime will achieve the objectives that Donald Trump wants, then you should think again. While the immediate impact of the latest sanctions, targeting Iran’s oil and gas industry amongst other things, is likely to be minimal, the longer-term effects could be significant. Some are even predicting that they could make it nearly impossible for the Iranian Regime to sustain its current oil production.

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